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the law works is you have to take that money back in their tax refund. tax refunds matter. people plan their lives around their tax refunds. >> i understand that. >> they plan their spring breaks and their tax bills, they're going oget their tax refund taken away from them because they have signed up for a subsidy which they weren't eligible for which they didn't know. >> if you have been on the site, this is the clear instruction to the underage including 26. you're basically completing this application under penalty of perjury. it is very clear. there are help instructions on each site to explain each process. what is credible employer explanation. >> they are going to get taxed. >> time has expired. mr. lewis. >> thank you, madam administrator for being here thank you for your hard work and for your years of service. i happen to believe that health care is a right and not a privilege. it is not just for the fortunate few, but all citizens of america. now, the affordable care act is the law of the land. it was passed by the congress, signed into law by the president of the united sta
digging their heels in, french footballers say they'll strike over the planned super tax on the rich. >>> and police in canada say they have video of toronto's mayor apparently smoking a crack pipe. ♪ ♪ >>> welcome to al jazerra, it was an ambitious order, end syria's ability to produce chemical weapons. but it appears to have been done and ahead of schedule. the announcement from the world chemical weapons watchdog means syria can't produce any new chemical weapons. but damascus still has to destroy its chemical arsenal. kim explains how we got to this points. >> reporter: on august 21st, at least 1400 were killed, in what survivors called a chemical massacre. within days, the u.s. and its allies would condemn it too. >> this was not only a direct attack on human dignity, it's a serious threat to our national security. >> reporter: president obama quickly threatening military action against syria. syrian president bashar al-assad denied at tack and sent a warning to the u.s. >> you can expect everything. >> reporter: but polight i cannily, obama garnered support. >> the chemical
by rebels. >> taxing times for the super rich in france, footballers threaten to strike. >> i have the sports, including: >> it's been 95 years in the making as the boston red sox win the world series at fenway park. >> a top story out of syria, an important milestone has been reached in the effort to destroy syria's chemical weapons. the world's chemical weapons watchdog says all of the declared facilities for producing the weapons have now been destroyed. while the international community has focus said on chemical weapons, 1 million syrians currently live undersiege in their own country. many struggle to survive, and take shelter when they can. for this resident, feeding her family is a life threatening task. >> as you can see, we're a big, extended family. there are 30 kids here. i, my daughter and her kids, we have no one but mighty allah. this has been home for us for three months and we get two bundles of bread a day. one girl came home late yesterday, almost 11:00 at night. she went to the camp to bring bread. it cost nearly $4. my daughter went to the camp to bring flour,
without part of the taxes from palestinian authority. they promise us it is without taxes, free of taxes. but now actually last week they told us that they will go with the full taxes which we cannot afford the amount of money for that. therefore we shut down the plant today and it's already shut down at 6:00 in the morning today. so our program of distributing the power for the people is too much and only the power will lead six hours to consumers and off the next 12 hours which will effect all of the services sector and the life on gaza. what i can transmission of that is water pumping and the water plant treatment will stop, hospital will be effected and all other parts of life in gaza. >> reporter: so there is nothing that you could have done to ensure that the power was kept on in gaza? >> no. we could not. we are trying for almost last one month. we try and everyone in gaza and we raised the matter to the united nations from some of their organization here and we talked to european union and talked to all their people here. but no one could do anything for us and all promises and
on fuel coming from the egypt and for the last one month we shared oil without part of the taxes from palestinian authority. they promise us it's without taxes. but now they told us that they will stay with the full taxes which we cannot afford the amount of money for that. therefore we decide to shut down the plant today. so our program of distributing the power to the people has been too much and now only the power will lead six hours to the consumers and it will be off for the next 12 hours which will affect all the service sector and the life on gaza. >> reporter: the u.s. secretary of state has publically admitted for the first time that the national security agency may have overstepped the mark in its intelligence gathering. speaking at an international summit on thursday john kerry said i assure you innocent people are not being abused in this process but, yes, in some cases it has reached too far. we are going to try to make sure it doesn't happen in the future. and he added and the president is now doing a thorough review in order that nobody will have the sense of abuse. me
than the u.s., which prompted lawmakers to pass a junk food tax. the mexican congress approved the tax on salty and sugary junk food, charging 8% tax on foods that are 275 call lis or more. the mexican president is encouraging people to exercise an hour a day. i'm morgan radford. see you again at 4am eastern.
over in france where farmers are saying no way to a new tax. >> i'm phil torezz, coming up next on techknow. >> hike! >> america's favorite sport is under fire. >> now, that impact simulated 100 g's of acceleration in your brain. >> it's the opponent no player can see. >> so the system is showing real-time impact. >> can science prevent concussions? >> i did my job and just had to sacrifice my brain to do it. >> the final farewell for an american space hero. family, friends and dignitaries will pay their respect to scott carpenter in colorado today. carpenter died on october 10th at the age of 88. the public service will follow a private family funeral. john glenn is scheduled to speak at the memorial service. >>> thousands of people in france are protesting against new taxes. the government has promised increases of $4 billion to reduce the national deficit. >> reporter: several thousand people here in northwest france, they are furious about their so-called ecotax that the president, president hollande, wants to introduce. he's already backtracked slightly. he's going to suspend it fo
is a big problem. >> reporter: we were depending on fuel coming from egypt, and without part of the taxes from palestinian authority and [ inaudible ] they promise us it is without taxes, but now they told us that they will stay with the full taxes, which we cannot afford the amount of money for that. therefore we decide to shut down the plant today. so our program of distributing the power to the people have been impaired too much, and now only the power will reach six hour to the consumers and it will be off for the next 12 hour, which will affect all of the services sector and the life on gaza. >>> a controversial bill in thailand grants amnesty to politicians is a step closer to becoming law. it could allow the return of a former prime minister. scott has the update from bangkok. >> reporter: it has evolved into the most divisive issue in thailand. in an early morning session, tieland's lower house approved a controversial amnesty bill. it grants blanket amnesty to those who committed crimes related to politics over the last nine years, including some people who are now on trial or in
of it will be able to claim a tax deduction. sac says they never encouraged, pro momented opromoted or tolerr trading. >> how big was hedg sec. >> iat it's apex it had $15 billion in assets under majoritmanagement. >> fifteen bill john. billion. mr. cohen was estimated at 5 5 5.$4 billionings. >> we watched as the tea party movement. a special election is exposing the true republican divide. >> as the su sunsets on the watr that defines mobile, alabama. he get to work. >> i have been a fan for a long, long time. he calls himself a true believer. the cause? the tat tea party. >> it will be a goodl godly cou. a country that god can look down on and say i'm proud of this country. >> right now he can't do that. he is campaining for this man, dean young. prom millinpromising to change n with confrontation. >> i can tell you right now barack obama does not want me to go to washington. we don't have a lot in common and so there won't be a lot of bipartisan ship unless these guys come over to our way of thinking. >> the other partner bradley burn. his statements are far from liberal. >> we are sending far to
that's the affordable care act. better protections for americans for insurance. new tax credits to help americans afford it. more choice, more competition. more security. not just for the uninsured but the under insured. we pay more in premium us and taxes when folks who are under insured visit the emergency room. we get taxed. and since we all benefit there are parts of this law that also require everybody to contribute. it requires everyone to take some measure of responsibility. to help pay for the law, the wealthiest americans, families who make $250,000 a year have got to pay a little bit more. the most expensive health insurance plan no longer qualified for unlimited facts tx breaks, some are not happy about it, but it's the right thing to do. unlike people in massachusetts, most people who can afford health insurance have to buy insurance or pay a penalty. again, they shouldn't just dump those costs on to the rest of us. everybody has some responsibilities. now, it is also true that some americans who have health insurance plans that they bought on their own through the old indiv
boils over in france where farmers are say nothing way to a new tax. >> post, upload and interact. >> every night share undiscovered stories. >> i'm phil torezz, coming up next on techknow. >> hike! >> america's favorite sport is under fire. >> now, that impact simulated 100 g's of acceleration in your brain. >> it's the opponent no player can see. >> so the system is showing real-time impact. >> can science prevent concussions? >> i did my job and just had to sacrifice my brain to do it. >> a final farewell for an american space hero. family and dignitaries will pay their respects to scott carpenter in colorado today. carpenter died october 10th at the age of 88. a public service will follow a private family funeral. he was the second astronaut to orbit the earth after john glenn. glenn is expected to speak at his memorial services. >>> tear gas is raining down. the government has promised increases of more than $4 billion next year to reduce the national deficit. we're at the protest in france. >> reporter: several thousand people here in northwest france, they are furious about
are saying no way to new tax. future, and take you behind the scenes at our evolving world. techknow - ideas, invention, life. [[voiceover]] every day, events sweep across our country. and with them, a storm of views. how can you fully understand the impact unless you've heard angles you hadn't considered? antonio mora brings you smart conversation that challenges the status quo with unexpected opinions and a fresh outlook. including yours. you. >> welcome back. a final farewell for america's space hero. paying final respects to astronaut scott carpenter in colorado today. he was the second astronaut to orbit the earth. tell us about the legacy of scott carpenter. >> reporter: yes, very special group, indeed, richelle. carpenter was one of those men in the early days of the 1960s who played a very important role in the early days of space. the americans, it's united states were going head to head with the soviet union trying to win that race to get to the moon. we're here at st. john's''s episcopal church in colorado. john carpenter was an altar boy here growing up. he was one of the seven a
of athens. >> more demonstration taking place in france on a new tax even after the government greed to suspend the levy. it happened in a northwest town that would be affected by the tax because of its dependence on agriculture. >> reporter: the police have used water canon briefly. most of the crowd are very peaceful. they are families. they've come out because they're angry about what they say the government is inflicting on their region. it's not just the ecotax, of course, which has been suspended for the time being after some demonstrations last weekend about that particular tax. it is also about the general state of the economy here. not usually a region that has suffered in the past. employment has been pretty good. but in recent months there has been a number of closure of food processing factories. they say the unions and the owners say they're being under cut by cheap labor unfairly elsewhere in europe. they're angry about that. they want the government to do something to redress that imbalance. they've been promised state aid to help them, but they clearly want this ecota
'll explain coming up. >> the president of the bayren munich charged with ta tax evas. >> the secretary general of n.a.t.o. has warned pakistan against blocking supply roots to pakistan. considering whether to close the route in response to the killing of mehsud in a drone strike. they said the killing represents the death of pea talks for pakistani taliban. at least two and a half thousand people have been killed in c.i.a. drone strikes in the last nine years. of that number at least 400 are believed to be civilians. the pakistan government condemns the strikes but at the same time has not stopped them, and received $1.3 billion in military aid. we're in northwest pakistan. take us through what politicians have been saying in how to respond to u.s. drone strikes and how serious the closure of supply roots to pakistan. >> reporter: the interior minister explained to the parliamenparliamentarians aboutt back because of the drone strike. in the option, if not the leader of the opposition that sh wherey plan or they would be forced to shut down n.a.t.o. supply lines. however, the secretary
. >> the haul has a value of more than $1 billion, and found by chance during a tax investigation. the discovery is believed to be art by picasso and matisse and chagal. of course the most expensive work ever sold was the scream. that made nearly $120 million. sonia gallegos has the story. >>> broken by a german magazine, possibly the largest collection of art confiscated by the nazis was found amongst cans of food and rubbish in a darkened room, of an apartment occupied by cornelius gullet. about 1500 masterpieces were located in the munich apartment. believed to be held in a safe at this customs office just outside munich. authorities have acted cautiously. >> the government is supporting the prosecution in the so-called degenerate art and nazi looted art. >> under hitler's regime, germans were forced to sell, greatly undervalid. the issue of restitution is one that officials have been forced to confront. at the heart of disputes between current rnz and those who claim were the original owners, claimed to give up to the senate cities. >> we have got over a thousand picassos, 100 renoir and 100
taxes continued into the evening. more than 10,000 fill the streets of kampala. facing police using tear gas. government promised tax increases of $4 billion to reduce the deficit. >> several thousands here in brittany in north-west france are furious about the ecotax that the president, francis hollande, wants to introduce. he's already backtracked slightly. he says he'll suspend it for more talks. the people here want it scrapped altogether. they say it will jeopardise their livelihoods. brittany has been hit hard by factory closures, mainly in the food processing business. they say they are buying undercut by cheap labour elsewhere in the european union and are particularly angry about germany who is undercutting then. the economy generally has taken a knock. the focus of the protest has been on the ecotax. a week ago there were violent clashes with the police, rubber bullets were fired, tear gas was fired, protesters hurled missiles at the police, there were several injuries, a couple of days later, francis hollande, the president backtracked and suspended. the protesters feel they h
to a new location. that deadline has passed. >> in france protesters angry over new taxes faced water canons and tear gas. more than 10,000 filled the streets after learning the government plans $4 billion in tax height to reduce the deficit. >> several thousand people here in north-west france. they are furious about the ecotax that the president, president francis hollande wants to introduce. he's already backtracked slightly. he says he'll suspend it. for more talks, but the people here want it scrapped altogether. they say it will jeopardise their livelihoods. brittany has been hit hard by factory clornals. mainly in the food processing business. they say they are being undercut for cheap labour. they are angry about germany, who they say is undercutting them. the economy generally has taken a knock recently and the focus of the protest has been on the ecotax. a week ago there were violent clashes with the police, rubber bullets were fired, tear gas was fired. protesters hurled missiles. there were several injuries. a couple of days later francis hollande backtracked and suspended
that their >> mexico is taxing junk food as part of the campaign to fight obesity. >> an 8% tax will be placed on high calorie foods, snacks with more than 275-calories per 100 grams. the congress passed a law that puts a one peso tax on soft drinks, that's 8 cents. mexico has one of the world's highest obesity rates, slightly higher than the u.s., 70% have the population. >> they took a lot of clues from michael bloomberg in new york city, trying to pass these laws. speaking of food, there's a salmon boom in washington state. >> more than a mill chinook salmon have been counted this fall. we have more. >> on one of the northwest great natural stages, an underwater drama is playing out. chinook salmon are setting records. >> over 73,000 passed through the dam in one day. you couldn't blink or talk. with these visual counts, there's no going back. >> people paid to count fish have never counted more in the fall run. 900,000 so far. more than a million for the species this year. >> we were expecting a good run, we exceeded the daily max mum. it was mayhem, really, it was mayhem. >> salmon populations ha
the works degenerate. the works were found by chance during a tax investigation. sonia gallego reports. >>> a treasuretrophy of modern masterpieces was found among cans of food and ru rubbish. in an apartment owned by cornelius gurlet. this is a building in which the paintings were located, the collection is believed to be held in a safe at this customs office just outside munich. authorities have so far reacted cautiously while they attempt to piece together the evidence surrounding the discovery. >> the government is supporting the discovery of degenerate art and nazi-looted art. >> mr. gullet was being investigated for tax evasion. forced to sell works at much less their value. the most expensive artwork sold at an auction. the issue of restitution is confronted, claim was the original owners but forced to give up their property to the the nazis, this was the case during the auctioning of picasso's the abstinence drinker. >> great artists quite pr prolic and they are the kind of pictures that the nazis would have looted either to exchange to sell for hard currency or in some cases t
people can get health insurance and tax credits. >> it may be easier said than done. many residents don't have internet or computers. >> mississippi is the unhealthiest estate in the nation. it has the highest premiums. mississippi only received $1 million in federal aid to publicise the plan. arkansas received 24 million. the university of mississippi got most of the money - $800,000. navigators helped almost 4,000 patient. some are magging out a state -- mapping out a state-wide effort to bring computers for the people. >> there's more funding needed. we are a state where you have to knock on doors to walk people through the process. >> chris miller may look at the health care exchanges, but will wait until the federal website is more reliable. >> all 35 people signed up with insurance provider magnolia - a spokesperson for humanisis says that company is in a quiet period until third-quarter earnings are released next month. >> spain may be targeted by the nsa. one paper says nsa monstered many thousands of calls. it's based on information from edward snowden, following allegations th
enrollment. that hub verifies identities and incomes, key to determining eligibility and tax credits. the problem was caused by activity at a center owned by verizon. verizon said our engineers have been working with technology companies to identify and address the root cause of the issue. >> this is another headache for health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius. she is set to appear before a congressional committee this week. she will testify about problems with the rollout. the glitches are blamed for low enrollment. congress said she should step down if she can't firm the problems with healthcare.gov. >> the president has been poorly served in the implementation of his own signature legislation, so if somebody doesn't leave and there isn't a real restruckuring, not just a 60 day, somebody come in and try to fix it, then he's missing the point of management 101, which is these people are to serve him well and they haven't. >> before sebelius is grilled by congress, there will be a house hearing on tuesday. >> at least 66 people are dead after a wave of bombings across i
of the tax benefits, and cheeper plans available through the new changes. the other half getting cancellation notices will have to pay more for insurance than they pay now. a woman in california is paying $98. the cheapest plan she can find is $238. she and others don't understand why they should be forced to pay for things in their plan that they don't want or need. the white house insists it was clear that some americans would have to pay more on the front end to bring costs down for everybody over the long end. >> that was david shuster. >> u.n. officials confirmed an outbreak of polio, the first time the disease was seen in a decade. there were 10 confirmed polio cases. 12 are being investigated. most tested are babies and toddlers. the disease will spread among half a million children who have not been vaccinated. members of congress heard from victims of a drone strike of the the pakistani family appeared on capitol hill to talk about the attack that left the family matery ark dead. kimberley halket has the story. >> they travelled from north waziristan to the u.s. congress in washingto
. >> you would qualify for a tax credit of about $3,623. >> they have one of the highest eats of uninsured people in the state. he doesn't get health insurance through his job. resort communities like summit have long had higher health insurance premiums than the rest of the country, and so far, obamacare has done nothing to make it less expensive >> how many have you enrolled? >> so far everybody has looked at the rates and walked out the door. it's sticker shock, they can't afford it. >> the higher you go, the more you're going to pay for healthcare. my healthcare costs just went up about 50%. colorado was divided into 11 rating areas. area 11, home to summit and other counties, has the state's highest premiums, but right next door, areas 1 and 3 in denver have some of the lowest. >> when people have illnesses and things that they can't deal with locally, they come to us. >> the map can't be redrawn until 2015. >> because the plans have been certified and looked at it calculated, based on all of the data for the entire state, so you can't just change one county and not affect another cou
navigate the new healthcare exchange. >> you would qualify for a tax credit for $362. lenardo works part time and doesn't get health insurance knew his job. resort communities like summit have had higher premiums than the rest of the country. and so far obamacare has done nothing to make the people prems less expensive. >> how many people have you enrolled? enrolled. >> not one. so far everyone has looked at the rates and walked out the door. it's sticker shock they can't afford it. i'm crossing the divide from clear creek county to summit county and my healthcare costs has gone up 50 first. o. 50%. summit county has the state's highest premiums. right next door bolder and den vefedenver have the lowest. >> frankly when people have ill illnesses and health issues they come to the denver metro area for treatment. >> the map can't be redrawn until 2015. >> because the plans have been certified, they have been looked at and they been calculated based on the data for the entire state. you can't change one county and not affect another county down the line. >> poli summit of wants a waiver fo
. he's proposing a 75% top rate of tax. club bosses say it will make it impossible to compete at the european level and are cancelling to -- are threatening to cancel all matches in the final week of november. >> the box are world series champions, after crushing st louis cardinals 6-1, kath turner reports from the famous fork. >> the boston -- fenway park. the boston party has begun. fans that couldn't get tickets eventually made it into the park. the red sox victory celebrations is about more than sporting glory. all season the team carried the hopes of a city, which is trying to come back from an attack on a premier sporting event. >> we needed this. this is perfect. >> on april 1, '52 bombs went off at the finish line of the boston marathon. three killed, 260 injured. jeff was among them, losing both legs in the explosion. a stranger with a cowboy hat picked him up, put him in a wheelchair and rushed him to an ambulance. people stop carlos wherever he goes, shaking his hand to say thank you and has his photo taken, with a man who symbolizes how boston pulled together durin
president francis hollande takes on the footy clubs on thursday, proposing a 75% top rate of tax. club bosses say it will make it impossible to compete at a european level and are threatening to cancel night matches scheduled for the final week of november. >> the boston red sox are champions after crushing st louis cardinals 6-1, kath turner reports. >> the boston party has just begun. cheer cheer. >> dozens of fans that couldn't get tickets to the sold-out game made it into fenway park, pushing past security, continuing celebrations inside. >> the team deserved it. >> the red sox victory celebrations are about more than sporting glory. all season the team carried the hopes of a city. which is trying to come back from an attack on a premier sporting event. >> we needed it. it's perfect. >> on april 1, '52 bombs went off at the finish line of the boston marathon. three were killed. 260 injured. jeff was among them, losing both legs in the explosion. a stranger, wearing a cowboy hat, picked him up, put him in a wheelchair and took him to help. people shake hands with carlos - he's a man
to impose a 75% tax on those earning more than 1.4 million, which would affect all the top players. the 20 clubs in france's top tier say they'll strike at the end of november in protest because the new tax makes them unable to compete at a european level. there'll be no exceptions made for footballers. >> russian csk moscow have been told to close part of their stadium because of racist behaviour of their fans. manchester mid-fielder tourez says he was subjected to racist chants. european football's governing body ordered the partial closure for the next champion's league game against bayern munich on november the 27th. >> an incredible game in the spanish premier division. real madrid bounced back. gareth bale the world's most expensive player was labelled a flop following a performance against barca. he did score the opening two goals. they fought back, trailing at half-time. a hat rick from cristiano ronaldo sealed the 7-3 win. roma's top in italy's serie a, looking for a 10 wins from 10 when they play the bottom side. there was a full card of action on wednesday. nappaly second with t
than a cup of coffee at starbucks. president obama's agenda of higher taxes on the rich and extended benefits for the needy would have a lot of appeal. once staunchly democratic, they gave mitt romney 70% of its vote last year. it has been voting for republicans since 1996. they include freida turner, a democrat who runs her own chart. and packs free lunches for hundreds of local school kids. she said the hunger here is genuine, but it's made worse by generations of reliance on welfare payments >> i'm talking about 45% of the people that don't work with their families. we have a lot of parents on drugs. they get their ssi payments, and food stamps, and cash it in at the store. >> but cutting the food starches would hurt the truly needy, including seniors. >> some people think that everybody that draws food stamps are trying to live off the system, and they don't think about people like in my case that have to. >> the u.s. house of representatives has voted to cut billions in food stamps. and among those voting yes, most of america's congressmen who represent the hungriest. >> we'll b
. he was elected as a tax-cutting populist. his behaviour and allegations of drug hughes have kept haunting him. >> i wish i could come out and defend myself. unfortunately i can't. it's before the court. i have no reason to resign. i'll go back and return my phone calls. i'll be out doing what the people elected me to do. >> so far the mayor is standing firm against allegations that might have felled other politicians. it's true only the voters can remove the mayor. more revelations lie ahead. the the pressure on the mayor is bound to increase. >> in brazil more than 300 have protested in the city of rio de janeiro. demonstrators gathered saying police have arrested people unfairly and are using a newly past law that is meant to target organised crime. >> 14 died in nicaragua and thousands sick after an outbreak of danke fever. hundreds of workers have been sent to fume gait homes in the capital. >> the malaysian police say their 3-month operation to crackdown on crime has been a huge success. it's in response to a series of high-profile crimes in the capital. we have this report
. that deadline has passed. >> protest for jobs and taxes continuing into the night. more than 10,000 people filled the streets. they face police using tear gas and watercanon, the government promised tax increases of $4 billion to reduce the deficit. tim friend was at the protest. >> several thousand in kampare and brittany are furious about the ecotax that the president, francis hollande wants to introduce. he's already backtracked slightly. he says he'll suspend it for more talks. but the people here want it scrapped altogether. they say it will jeopardise their livelihoods. brittany has been hit hard by factory closures maybe in the food processing business. they are being undercut by cheap labour elsewhere in the european union. they are angry about germany who is undercutting them. the economy has taken a knock recently, and the focus of the protest has been on this ecotax. just a week ago there were violent clashes with the police, rubber bullets were fired, tear gas fired and the protesters hurled missiles at the police. there were several injuries. a couple of days later the preside
of the details. according to reports, he was questioned by police because of tax evasion, forced to sell artwork at greatly reduced prices. the most expensive artwork sold at auction. the issue of restitution has been, sold for millions at auctions have been at the heart of disputes between current owners and those who claim were the original owners but forced to give up their property to the nazis. this was the case on the 2010 knowledge artwork the an, masterpiece that have not been seen in public for decades. sonia gallego, al jazeera. >> i'm dave warren. we are battling it out between the warm and cold air in the midwest, will really start to take place between tonight and tomorrow. snow coming down that's the forecast, we have winter weather advisories for nebraska and colorado, heavy snows expected around minneapolis, overnight tonight, by tomorrow that snow will be coming down. doesn't look like much on the radar now, the storm not even developed yet. there's a lot of moisture from the south, there rop cal storm from gulf of mexico, and cold air from the north. timing, overnight tonight s
insurance exchange. >> you would qualify for a tax credit of about $362. >> summit has one of the highest rates of uninsured people in the state. he works part time at key stone resort and doesn't get health insurance through his job. resort communities like summit have long had higher insurance premiums than the rest of the country and so far, obamacare has done nothing to make i less expensive. >> how many people have you enrolled here? >> so far, not one. thus far, everyone's taken a look at the rates and walked out the door. they just can't afford it. >> the higher you go in colorado, the more you're going to pay for health care. i'm crossing the continental divide, and my health care costs just went up 50%. >> colorado is divided into 11 rating areas, area 11 home toe summit and a few other resort counties has the state's highest premiums. right next door, areas one and three, boulder and denver one of the lowest. the congressman said summit belongs in area three. >> when people have illnesses that they can't deal with locally, they are very likely to come to the denver area for trea
. >> meanwhile in france protest turned violent. demonstrators showed up to say they were fed up with taxes on heavy vehicles, and threw stones at police who responded with water canons and tear gas. farmers were not happy about the tax as they rely on trucks to transport goods. >> sea is the fastest ageing country in the world. the number of elderly people seeking jobs has doubled in the past 10 years. in a second of a 3-part series, harry fawcett reports from seoul. >> she may not look it but this woman is 62. she's decided to come back to work. as with respect as earning money it's a change from grandchild duty. >> translation: it keeps me young. i meet people and make money. >> shin is not alone, a job fair for the over '60s is packed with senior citizens looking for work. each with their own reasons. >> i'm in good shape. do i like like someone over 70. >> translation: my son got married. now i have a dournal, i need a job to save face. the overarching reality remains, sea is ageing fast. the government is already encouraging employers to hire older workers. >> translation: the governm
because of the tax benefits and cheaper plans available through the new exchanges. the other half will have to pay more for insurance than they are paying now. for example, one woman in california is currently paying $98 a movement the cheapest plan she could find under the new law is $238 a month. she and other people do not understand why they should be forced to pay for things in their plan that they don't want or think that they will not need. the white house insists it has always been clear that some americans were going to have to pay more on the front end in order to bring totals healthcare costs down for everybody over the long-term. >> david shuster reporting. on another part of capitol hill, the nation's top spy officials were offering no apologies. the head of the national security act see says he would rather take a beating for what the cut tree is doing now than face a terrorist attack. he says many published reports about spying are wrong. randall pinkston on today's nsa actwitchties, he joins us from washington, d.c. randall? >> reporter: john, two intelligence off
in new york. tough new abortion restrictions and taxes are likely to wind up before the u.s. supreme court reacts from state with bipartison support. also tonight - i always tell people if they want to dozens of people tweeting the name. >> finding hate on line. the >> >> >>> we gee bin tonight with a federal judge's decision to stop controversial restrictions on an abortion in texas. it comes hours before the new rule is to go into effect. a federal ruling >> it's not just a human rights privacy issue, encryption is being compromised. that is a commercial issue. >> we are asking where we are making deals like swift and all these things, that we get to the truth. you have too re-establish trust. this is important. secondly we are saying get proportionality we are not expecting admissions tomorrow, but let's start a process of some accountability. we have member states with bad accountability in relation to service, and surveillance. we have a problem, and we are dealing with that too in this inquiry. this is part of a process to get this right. we are moving into a world where electr
where fame and infamy go hand in hand. >> tax credits work. >> reporter: here everything seems larger than life. including its politicians. that state senator ronald calderon, he is one of the most influential lay machers an macha target of an ongoing investigation. according to a sealed affidavit obtained by al jazerra's investigative unit. the senator for sale. a politician willing to influence legislation in exchange for money. as part of an elaborate undercover sting, fbi agents posed as owners of an independent film studio. they approach the senator and allegedly paid him off. >> they had to establish bank accounts, they needed a business license, and so it's a very extensive lengthy operation. >> reporter: senator calderon allegedly wanted his family add today the payroll. according to the affidavit, he told undercover agents any help you can do for for my kids, that's diamonds for me. so the agent agents hired his dr and paid her almost $30,00 $30,e never had to show up for work. at the world famous pebble beach resort the senator attended a fundraise fore his brother's nonprof
's investigative unit has more. >> reporter: los angeles, a city where fame and infamy go hand in hand. >> tax credits work. >> reporter: here, everything seems larger than life. including its politicians. that is state senator ronald calderon, he's one of california's most influential lawmakers. and he's the target of an ongoing federal investigation. according to a sealed affidavit obtained exclusively by al jazerra's investigative unit, the senator is for sale. a politician willing to influence legislation in exchange for money. as part of an elaborate undercover sting, fbi agents posed an owners of an independent film studio and approached the senator and enlargedly paid him off. >> they had to establish bank accounts, they need aid business license. and so it's a very extensive, lengthy operation. >> reporter: senator calderon allegedly wanted his family add today the payroll. according to the affidavit he told undercover agents any help you can do for my kids, that's diamonds for me. so the agents hired his daughter this. he paid her almost $30,000 she never had to show up for work. at t
. >> thevill village is trying tow cover from the hit and not only the tax revenue that general motors brought in. the reason to change the name to sheeplsleepily hollow was to brn people to the downtown. >> the name change was a draw. the story "the legend of sleepy hollow" flocked to the town to see where ichabod crane was memorialized th the sleepily lie town could not imagine that it could gain such a prominent place on maps as it did in september. >> probably close to 100,000 in september. it's based loosely on the village and people identify the village with the show and vice versa. and a lot of people are interested in seeing what the real sheep sleepily hollow is a. >> hits to the welcom website ae times than they were last year. what would happen to the town if the show went away? >> it's brought a lot of interest in the village and not just tourists but maybe entrepreneurs will come here to make the downtown a lot better than it is today. >> potential investors an fan as will have a chance to see sleepy holhollow as they have renewed e show for another season. ♪ >> frightening inju
. this is to end political disruption in tunisia. >>> government workers protest against the tax. the unions want it scrapped. >> and security measures are underway for the new york city marathon. more work than usual is being carried out given the pos boston marathon bombings in april. helicopters and scuba divers will check for security. thousands of runners will take part. >> the pain of a former yes, yei child pride and why it's difficult to change attitude in a conservative society. >> to sell or not to sell. should a foreign company be automobile to take over one of australia's farming assets. >> barcelona will be on to tell you about how they took the lead. ♪ >> a man at los angeles airport has shot and killed a federal security agent and wounded several other people. now the gunman was shot and captured. the shooting caused panic at the crowded airport and hundreds of flight were cancelled. brian rooney reports. >> cell phone video caught the moment when panicked travelers at los angeles international airport ran for the doors to get away from the gunman. the police identified the gun m
these subsidies kick in. for a lot of folks, the premiums might be higher, but when you factor in the ta tax write offs, most are going to be paying less. >> let's talk about the website debacle here. it may have turned off a lot of young people, healthy, single people, the exact group the obama administration was hoping to target. why is it such an issue? >> that is the issue. what we want to see in these markets is getting as many people enrolled as possible. just as you suggested, we essentially want the young folks to share the risk with the old folks. i think the challenge here is that the folks are going to oh sign up are those who are going to need it the most. again, this is not without precedent. when i first bought my iphone, you needed to wrap it in a rubber band gizmo to stop it from dropping calls if you held it the wrong way. they never intended to run these in 36 states. they're doing it because there are a host of governors out there who said we don't want to implement the laws where we live. is it surprising? not particularly. this is something where we can see it improve. the fun
our focus is unrolling mississippi. so they can get health insurance and the tax credits they are eligible. >> many residents don't have internet access or computers. >> plus, according to the u.s. department of health and human resources mississippi is the unhealthiest nation and has the third-highest premiums under health care exchanges. mississippi received only $1 million in federal aid to pub lisize the plan. arkansas received $24 million. >> the mississippi medical center got most of the money, $800,000. >> covermississippi.org which got left money is mapping out an effort to bring computers to the people. >> there's a need for funding. we are a state where you'll have to knock on doors to help people enrol and walk people through the process. >> chris miller says he may take another look at the health care exchanges, but will wait in the the website is more reliable. >> and coming up later - a conversation with critically acclaimed author who after four best sellers has a share of detractors. al-jai vel shi asks the writer what he thinks about those that say his bo
will pay less than they are paying now for their plans mainly because of the tax benefits. and cheaper plans they can buy on the new healthcare exchanges. the other half will have to pay more, for insurance than they are paying now. and many of these people don't understand why they should be forced to pay for things in their plan that they don't want or think they will need. that's where the aingeer and the criticism of the white house comes. >> well, how big of a political hit is the administration taking? >> given the previous statements about americans being able to keep the coverage they like, he is getting hit fairly hard. white house officials believe all of this will depend on whether overall healthcare costs drop, with the insurance exchanges work, and the people that don't have insurance now actually join the system. the white house ink cysts it has all been clear, some will have to pay more on the front end by presenting those in order to bring total healthcare costs dow jones over the long term. thank you. take a look at the dow right now. my understanding is the numbers wi
will pay less than they are paying for their plans now, because of the tax benefits and cheaper plans available through the exchanges. the other half will have to pay more for insurance than they are paying now. a woman in california is paying $98. the cheapest plan she can find is $238 a month. she and other people do not understand why they should be forced to pay for things in their plan that they don't want or think they will not need. the white house insists it's clear that some americans were going to have to pay more on the front end in order to bring health care costs down for everybody over the long term. >> david shuster reporting. >>> a controversial abortion law could end up before the high court. oklahoma supreme court ruled that a state ward banning abortions was unconstitutional. the supreme court could add it back to the docket. oklahoma is one of several states with these restrictions. yesterday a federal judge ruled that texas's abortion restrictions are unconstitutional because it limits a physicians right to go what is best for his patient and restricts a woman's a
at a str bucks in the u.s. >> barack obama's agenda of higher taxes on the rich and extended fax for the needy should have higher appeal. >> president obama gave mitt romney more than 70% of its vote last year. it's been voting for republicans since 1996. >> this is how we set up the store. >> they include a democrat who runs her own charity that packs free lunches for hundreds of local schoolkids. she says the hunger is genuine but is worse because of reliance on welfare payments. >> 40-45" of people don't work with families. a lot of parents are on drugs. they get ssr checks and foodstamps and cash it in at the store for buying soda pops. >> but she says cutting food stamps hurts the truly needy, including seniors. >> some people think everyone that draws foodstamps are trying to live off the system, and they are not thinking about people, in my case, that had to. it will hurt them tremendously. >> the u.s. house of representatives voted to cut billions from foodstamp services over the next few years. among those voting yes, the republicans and these countie. >> john terrett is
eye for the wrong reasons. he was elected as a tax-cutting pop u lift. his behaviour and allegations of drug use haunted him. >> i wish i could come out and defend myself. unfortunately, i can't because it's before the courts. i have no reason to resign. i'll go back, return my phone calls and do what the people expect. >> the mayor is standing firm. only the voters can remove the mayor, and at a general election, not due until next year. more allegations and a video, when it's produced in court, the pressure on the mayor is bound to increase. >> so here is news for tech savvy travellers, the faa says airline passengers will be able to use most electronic devices throughout flights - even during take off and landing. the new rules apply to smartphones, tablets and mp3 players, but passengers will not be able to make phone calls and a safety review will have to be conducted before they take effect. >> a managing partner of airline weekly joins us. seth, good to see you. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. >> why did this take so long? >> well, let's be very honest. a lot o
states. the politicians are trying to encourage others to eat healthier. they'll put a tax on drinks at 1% per litre. junk food at 8%. they are encouraging people to exercise an hour a day. the united states is dealing with similar problem - obesity and poor diets the cause of many issues. doctors say up to 80% of those conditions are preventible. we neat a group of medical students in new orleans returning to the kitchen for solutions. >> when it comes to the cullinary arts. >> you have an hour and 15 minutes. >> new orleans is the perfect place for a cooking class. >> it's all about what you ate and where you have been eating and what you put into your gumbo. >> while food is essential for life it plays a role in death. >> people are overweight, getting heart disease, diabetes. >> an aspiring doctors at this school trade their capes for aprons. teaming up with the johnson and wales cullinary institute it's the first medical cullinary program. the goal is to provide doctors with the tools to help patients lead a healthy lifestyle. >> no one taught us as physicians how to have the convers
in france, protesting new taxes. officers fired tear gas. the government promised increases of $4 billion to reduce the national deficit. >> tim friend is at the protest. >> there are several thousand here, furious at an ecotax that president francis hollande wants to introduce. he's backtracked slightly, saying he'll suspend it for more talks, but the people want it scrapped altogether. they say it will jeopardise their livelihoods. brittany has been hit hard by factory closures mainly in the food processing business. they say they are being undercut by cheap labour elsewhere in the european union, and are angry about germany who is undercut them, but the economy generally has taken a knock. the focus of the protest is on the ecotax. a week ago there were violent clashes with the police, rubber bullets were fired, tear gas fired. the protesters hurled missiles at the police. that were several injuries. a couple of days later the president francis hollande backtracked and suspended for further talks. protesters feel they have the initiative, they want to go further and want it trapped. th
in plans offered under the affordable care act and avoid new tax penalties. the move comes after the troubled rollout for the law. tech problems playing the website. republicans and some dems are calling for a one year delay of the penalties people would face if they don't get some kind of coverage. >> more testimony on capitol hill over what led to the affordable care acts botched debut. next in line for questioning, marlin tavenner will testify. >> on wednesday, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius will be questioned about the problem-plagued on line exchange. she will be the most high profile figure to testify on the rolling outout. it will be her first time on capitol hill since the october 1 launch of the website. republicans have called for her resignation, but president obama said he still has faith in her. >> penn state university is getting ready to pay out $60 million to victims of former football coach jerry sandusky, announcing settlements with 26 accusers. this comes more than a year after sandusky was accused of 45 counts of child sex abuse and sent
on a sweeping education overhall and are being asked to pass $1 billion tax increase to boost school funding and the idea is controversial and it's strict. raise per pupil spending hurt by falling revenues. president obama was on the campaign trial not for himself but a fellow democratic and terry is running for governor in virginia and he shared the stage saturday in arlington and he tried to link the opponent to the government shut down. >> we have seen an extreme faction of the republican party that is shown again and again and again that they are willing to hijack the entire party and the country and the economy and grant progress to an absolute halt if they don't get 100% of what they want. >> reporter: he is leading in the polls, there is a governor race in new jersey where they will decide to reelect chris christie. romney is slamming president obama over the affordable care act and on nbc he is unhappy with the similar law that romney signed when he was governor of massachusetts. >> in massachusetts we phased in the requirements so that there was a slow roll out, that way you could
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